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The Special Education concentration is designed to meet the academic and professional needs of teachers and administrative school leaders. Candidates must hold a Master's degree and demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in special education. Courses are selected based upon a candidate's career goals such as pursuing certification as an Educational Diagnostician.
Core: Research (6-hours), Statistics (3-hours), and Thesis or Field Study (6-hours)
Special Education Concentration: Special Education and related courses (24-hours)
More program information and course rotations available at this link: http://tlc.nsula.edu/special-education-2/.
For more information, contact the Department of Teaching, Leadership and Counseling.